[ rath ]
/ ræθ /
Cape, a high promontory in NW Scotland: most NW point on mainland.
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/ (rɒθ) /
angry, violent, or stern indignation
divine vengeance or retribution
archaic a fit of anger or an act resulting from anger
obsolete incensed; angry
Word Origin for wrath
Old English wrǣththu; see wroth
/ (rɒθ, rɔːθ) /
Cape Wrath a promontory at the NW extremity of the Scottish mainland
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